Adam Fulton is an Arts Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald.
Adam Fulton Domhnall Gleeson is going places - and not just by being able to travel through time in his latest film.
Adam Fulton A wit and raconteur wrapped in a very likeable bloke, Mikey Robins has been making people smile for decades.
Adam Fulton The Drones frontman and chief songwriter Gareth Liddiard and the band are now on their second national tour of the year.
Adam Fulton His grand baritone and tall, brawny bearing have made Teddy Tahu Rhodes a pop star of the opera circuit and beyond.
Adam Fulton Fat Freddy's Drop are among New Zealand's finest music exports and, in concert, trombonist Joe Lindsay is their most energised member.
Adam Fulton Australia might have its answer to Harry Houdini and David Copperfield in Cosentino.
Adam Fulton He's reached lofty creative heights but Reg Mombassa remains supremely down to earth.
Adam Fulton Not only does Clare Bowditch have a name as one of Australia's finest female songwriters, but she's also known as one of the nicest.
Adam Fulton John Williamson has spent four decades playing songs about life in the bush and evocatively chronicling its colours and characters.
Adam Fulton Gravelly voiced Angry Anderson is looking to shake up politics.
Adam Fulton The term ''quirky'' is overused when describing Kate Miller-Heidke, but it's easy to see why.
Adam Fulton Jeremy Oxley is the subject of a documentary at the Sydney Film Festival, The Sunnyboy.
Adam Fulton As musical enigmas go, C.W. Stoneking is up there with the best.
Adam Fulton Staging big and bold performance spectacles is a speciality of Normand Latourelle.
Adam Fulton Kaki King's inventive style has won her a growing audience in the decade since her first album.
Adam Fulton Effie has been inducing laughs since rising to megafame in Acropolis Now in the late '80s.
Adam Fulton Musical shenanigans and smarts have been integral to Paul McDermott's past since his '80s days in the Doug Anthony All Stars.
Adam Fulton Currently seen on stage as Morticia Addams, Dallimore leaves darkness behind when winding down.
Adam Fulton Gene Simmons of Kiss talks music, movies and creativity.
Adam Fulton IT ARRIVED to a flap of fanfare involving an elaborate water show and thousands of people quacking with plastic duck calls, but the Sydney Festival's enormous Rubber Duck was to make a secretive exit...